Ambitious Sophomore Aiming for Top Graduate Program in Business/Healthcare

<p>Hello there,</p>

<p>I'm currently an undergraduate Sophomore at George Mason University. My GPA is 3.73.</p>

<p>I've got some questions about Graduate School!</p>

<p>My major is "Health Administration and Policy", I've noticed that some very prestigious institutions like UPenn-Wharton like to accept a diverse array of applicants- 25% STEM majors, 25% business majors, and 50% 'humanities'. In your opinion, would Health Administration and Policy fall under "humanities"? I know it's not technically a humanity, but even though it focuses heavily on general management and health law, it's not a business/STEM major either.</p>

<p>Also, if I was accepted into a school like Wharton or HBS, It would be my dream to get recruited as an Investment Banking Analyst on Wall St. However, I plan to "major" in healthcare during my MBA because job opportunities in finance aren't all that great and the healthcare field is growing exponentially. Would I be able to access alumni and recruiter resources for "Finance" MBA's even though I was a "Healthcare" MBA? </p>

<p>To clarify my question-- An MBA is worthless in the healthcare industry if it's not focused specifically on healthcare, but is a healthcare MBA worthless to recruiters in non-health industries like finance?</p>

<p>Last Question! I'm currently attending George Mason University. Go Patriots! But I'm wondering how much top schools care about your undergraduate institution.. Do you think George Mason would be considered an 'acceptable' institution? You can be brutally honest, I'm a sophomore and I can still transfer if need be!</p>

<p>I'd really appreciate your insight on these matters. Thanks!</p>